REVIEWED: NEDS (LFF – DAY 8)

Neds

Conor McCarron has a very bright future.

This article is syndicated at Obsessed with Film. View it here.

Peter Mullan’s Neds is an unpleasant, but gripping and slyly moving picture about one’s ability to transcend social circumstance to make a better life for oneself. Whether that is possible, and the consequences of the inherent friction comprises Mullan’s thesis in this sharp, well-acted drama about mid-1970s working class Glasgow.

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